Includes: Soir Bleu, Song of Songs, and Lnaguage of the Heart.
A star-studded trilogy of romance and drama - each story presents a provocative look at life and love, molded by the creative touches of three of Hollywood's most talented directors: Norman Jewison, Peter Bogdanovich and Jonathan Kaplan.
Soir Bleu stars Alan Arkin as Tully, a circus clown in love with the beautiful, but abused, wife of the circus manager. During the touring company's last performance, Tully finally decides to act on his love with tragic consequences.
Song of Songs features George Segal as a middle-aged baker, Ted, with Brooke Adams and Sally Kirkland as the women in his life - one his wife and one his mistress. In a comical twist of fate, Ted learns the difference between true romance and passion.
Language Of The Heart is set against the exquisite backdrop of the ballet world of the 1920's. A beautiful young ballerina and a talented street musician realize the fulfillment of their love and dreams through the hand of the wise Maestro (Michael Lerner).